He believes metabolic workouts focus on rapid, muscle-strengthening activities with minimum rest, unlike lifting sessions, which involve one exercise for a particular number of reps and sets with a rest time. It makes working out faster.
High-intensity metabolic exercises improve cardiorespiratory fitness more than steady-state cardio like walking or jogging, which target long-term energy pathways.
Because they combine cardio and strength, metabolic exercises decrease body fat and develop lean muscle.
Instead of an overhead press, do a single-arm front squat.
Skip the wood chop and execute a forward lunge or body-weight reverse lunge.
Doing a kettlebell can make swings easier, but Emanuele advises doing a glute bridge or sumo squat if you're having trouble.
Remove the glute bridge and execute the dumbbell pullover if you can't hold it.
Try knee push-ups if standard push-ups are too hard.